Based in Dallas/Ft. Worth
I provide location sound to the broadcast industry since 2009. I have worked for News, Reality, Corporate, Narrative and Docu Series and Dramas
My first big break was landing a spot as 2nd mixer on the Duck Dynasty Show in 2013. From there I worked on the Real Housewives franchise, Gold Rush, Fast N Loud, 20/20, 48 Hours and Dateline and everything you can imagine in-between such as:
This Brand new state of the art mixer has everything in ONE box - 8 Wireless Receivers, a Micplexer, and an IFB transmitter. NOVA has the ability to change talents frequencies and gain from the mixer. Never again do I have to stop production and dig into their pockets to change a Freq!
This wireless transmitter is tiny and the longer lasting battery on the market - 12 HOURS! The case is sealed in a rubberized coating so it is water and dust resistant and I use DPA 6061 and Sanken Cos 11 lavs - but the most wonderful thing is that the transmitters actuallylly RECORD inside!. So hen talent is normally out of range . . . NOT Here!
The URX 100 is the next generation Mono Camera Hop and Producer IFB in one. I can set up a preset frequency for each camera transmitter AND talent wireless. A simple button push can switch cameras or dial in individual talent wireless transmitters. It's especially helpful for producers to isolate talent in loud environments.
The RX 200 can receive a mono or stereo signal WITH timecode. It can power off of the camera's battery or will work on 4 AA batteries for true remote flexibility.
The TRX 743 was originally made for wireless booming. It also makes perfect sense to also use it as a hop transmitter. It has a interchangeable stereo cone for those times when you need a 2 channel mix to camera. s
These ERX 3 with the timecode display are especially great for story editors. Simply push the TC button and the timecode freezes so you can make note of the scene. Press it again and it snaps back to live timecode.
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